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About Consensus

Your AI Research Assistant. Search 200M academic papers from Consensus, get science-based answers, and draft content with accurate citations.

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  • GPTs Creator consensus.app
  • Categories Research
  • GPT Updated March 21,2024
  • Updated about 6 hours

Capabilities

  • Browsing Real-Time Retrieval
  • DALLE•E Image Creation
  • Code Interpreter Data Analysis

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Consensus
Consensus

By consensus.app

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What Can Consensus Do with ChatGPT?

This GPT for researchers and content creators can search 200M academic papers, provide science-based answers, and assist in drafting content with accurate citations.

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action_id g-f1286ecb04957580332cda9bf386b57ef1b2ed6f
domain chat.consensus.app
json_schema {"info"=>{"title"=>"Consensus Chat GPT Plugin", "version"=>"1.0"}, "servers"=>[{"url"=>"https://chat.consensus.app/"}], "openapi"=>"3.1.0", "paths"=>{"/quick_search"=>{"get"=>{"description"=>"An endpoint that can be called to ask a question of research papers", "operationId"=>"search_papers", "parameters"=>[{"description"=>"A query to find relevant research papers. Ask research questions related to scientific topics, like 'impact of climate change on GDP' or 'benefits of mindfulness meditation'. Ask broad yes/no questions, explore relationships between concepts or the effects of a concept. Use technical language to maximize the relevance to academic text. For example, if user asks 'Why does being cold make you sick?', search 'Does cold temperature exposure increase the risk of illness?'. Omit words that we have filters for such as study types and years and instead use the filters. Omit unnecessary commands like 'latest research' and 'find papers', focus only on words likely to match the text of research papers.", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"query", "required"=>true, "schema"=>{"description"=>"A query to find relevant research papers. Ask research questions related to scientific topics, like 'impact of climate change on GDP' or 'benefits of mindfulness meditation'. Ask broad yes/no questions, explore relationships between concepts or the effects of a concept. Use technical language to maximize the relevance to academic text. For example, if user asks 'Why does being cold make you sick?', search 'Does cold temperature exposure increase the risk of illness?'. Omit words that we have filters for such as study types and years and instead use the filters. Omit unnecessary commands like 'latest research' and 'find papers', focus only on words likely to match the text of research papers.", "title"=>"Query", "type"=>"string"}}, {"description"=>"The earliest publication year to consider in the search, filtering out papers published before this year. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information after a certain date. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'show me papers about the covid vaccine published after 2020' or 'papers about immigration reform published between 2000 and 2015'. Do not use this filter unless the user specifically asks for it. If you use this filter without the user specifically including a date or 'recent research', you will be penalized.", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"year_min", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"description"=>"The earliest publication year to consider in the search, filtering out papers published before this year. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information after a certain date. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'show me papers about the covid vaccine published after 2020' or 'papers about immigration reform published between 2000 and 2015'. Do not use this filter unless the user specifically asks for it. If you use this filter without the user specifically including a date or 'recent research', you will be penalized.", "title"=>"Year Min", "type"=>"integer"}}, {"description"=>"The latest publication year to consider in the search, filtering out papers published after this year. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information before a certain date. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'show me papers about the covid vaccine published before 2023' or 'papers about immigration reform published between 2000 and 2015'. Only use this filter when a specific year restriction is requested by the user", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"year_max", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"description"=>"The latest publication year to consider in the search, filtering out papers published after this year. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information before a certain date. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'show me papers about the covid vaccine published before 2023' or 'papers about immigration reform published between 2000 and 2015'. Only use this filter when a specific year restriction is requested by the user", "title"=>"Year Max", "type"=>"integer"}}, {"description"=>"List of study types to include in the search, such as RCT, Meta-Analysis, Systematic Review, Observational Study, Case Report etc. Do NOT use this filter unless users specifically mention one of the study types. For example, if a user asks 'does zinc help with depression? show me responses from RCTs' or 'I need to find a systematic review on the effects of spanking on children', then you may use this filter. If the user does not specifically mention a type of study, and you use this filter, you will be penalized.", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"study_types", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"default"=>[], "description"=>"List of study types to include in the search, such as RCT, Meta-Analysis, Systematic Review, Observational Study, Case Report etc. Do NOT use this filter unless users specifically mention one of the study types. For example, if a user asks 'does zinc help with depression? show me responses from RCTs' or 'I need to find a systematic review on the effects of spanking on children', then you may use this filter. If the user does not specifically mention a type of study, and you use this filter, you will be penalized.", "items"=>{"$ref"=>"#/components/schemas/StudyTypeKeywordEnum"}, "type"=>"array"}}, {"description"=>"Set to true to limit the search to studies involving human subjects. You must only use this filter if the users asks for information from human studies. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'what are the effects of magnesium on sleep? only show me studies conducted on humans'. Only use this filter when it is specifically asked for by the user", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"human", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"description"=>"Set to true to limit the search to studies involving human subjects. You must only use this filter if the users asks for information from human studies. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'what are the effects of magnesium on sleep? only show me studies conducted on humans'. Only use this filter when it is specifically asked for by the user", "title"=>"Human", "type"=>"boolean"}}, {"description"=>"The minimum sample size of the studies to include in the search, targeting studies with a larger participant base. You must only use this filter when the user asks for studies with a large sample size or over a certain number of participants. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'what are the effects of magnesium on sleep? only show me studies with large sample sizes' in this case set the filter to ~100. Only use this filter when it is specifically asked for by the user", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"sample_size_min", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"description"=>"The minimum sample size of the studies to include in the search, targeting studies with a larger participant base. You must only use this filter when the user asks for studies with a large sample size or over a certain number of participants. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'what are the effects of magnesium on sleep? only show me studies with large sample sizes' in this case set the filter to ~100. Only use this filter when it is specifically asked for by the user", "title"=>"Sample Size Min", "type"=>"integer"}}, {"description"=>"The maximum SJR quartile (1-4) of the journals to include. This helps set a threshold for journal prestige, where 1 is the highest quartile. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information from higher-ranked journals. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'Produce me a rrl on interest rates in the economy only from the best journals' in this case set the fiter to 1. Only use this filter when it is specficially asked for by the user", "in"=>"query", "name"=>"sjr_max", "required"=>false, "schema"=>{"description"=>"The maximum SJR quartile (1-4) of the journals to include. This helps set a threshold for journal prestige, where 1 is the highest quartile. You must only use this filter when the user asks for information from higher-ranked journals. An example of when to use this filter would be if a user asks 'Produce me a rrl on interest rates in the economy only from the best journals' in this case set the fiter to 1. Only use this filter when it is specficially asked for by the user", "title"=>"Sjr Max", "type"=>"integer"}}], "responses"=>{"200"=>{"content"=>{"application/json"=>{"schema"=>{"$ref"=>"#/components/schemas/QuickSearchResponse"}}}, "description"=>"Successful Response"}, "422"=>{"content"=>{"application/json"=>{"schema"=>{"$ref"=>"#/components/schemas/HTTPValidationError"}}}, "description"=>"Validation Error"}}, "security"=>[{"HTTPBearer"=>[]}], "summary"=>"Returns research papers related to a question or query. Each result contains, title, abstract, authors, year, and journal.", "tags"=>["search"]}}}, "components"=>{"schemas"=>{"HTTPValidationError"=>{"properties"=>{"detail"=>{"items"=>{"$ref"=>"#/components/schemas/ValidationError"}, "title"=>"Detail", "type"=>"array"}}, "title"=>"HTTPValidationError", "type"=>"object"}, "QuickSearchResponse"=>{"properties"=>{"items"=>{"description"=>"All answers to the question.", "items"=>{"$ref"=>"#/components/schemas/QuickSearchResponseItem"}, "title"=>"Items", "type"=>"array"}}, "required"=>["items"], "title"=>"QuickSearchResponse", "type"=>"object"}, "QuickSearchResponseItem"=>{"properties"=>{"abstract"=>{"description"=>"The abstract of the paper.", "title"=>"Abstract", "type"=>"string"}, "consensus_paper_details_url"=>{"description"=>"A URL with more details on the paper.", "title"=>"Consensus Paper Details Url", "type"=>"string"}, "doi"=>{"description"=>"Digital Object Identifier, a unique alphanumeric string assigned to a document for permanent access.", "title"=>"Doi", "type"=>"string"}, "pages"=>{"description"=>"The page range of the paper within the journal volume.", "title"=>"Pages", "type"=>"string"}, "paper_authors"=>{"description"=>"A list of authors of the paper.", "items"=>{"type"=>"string"}, "title"=>"Paper Authors", "type"=>"array"}, "paper_publish_year"=>{"description"=>"The year the paper was published.", "title"=>"Paper Publish Year", "type"=>"integer"}, "paper_title"=>{"description"=>"Title of the paper where the answer was found", "title"=>"Paper Title", "type"=>"string"}, "publication_journal_name"=>{"description"=>"The journal the paper was published in.", "title"=>"Publication Journal Name", "type"=>"string"}, "search_result_number"=>{"description"=>"The rank of the paper in the search results.", "title"=>"Search Result Number", "type"=>"integer"}, "volume"=>{"description"=>"The volume of the journal in which the paper appears.", "title"=>"Volume", "type"=>"string"}}, "required"=>["paper_title", "abstract", "paper_authors", "paper_publish_year", "publication_journal_name", "consensus_paper_details_url", "doi", "volume", "pages", "search_result_number"], "title"=>"QuickSearchResponseItem", "type"=>"object"}, "StudyTypeKeywordEnum"=>{"description"=>"All possible study types strings saved to search index documents.", "type"=>"string", "enum"=>["literature review", "systematic review", "case report", "meta-analysis", "rct", "non-rct in vitro", "non-rct experimental", "non-rct other", "non-rct observational study", "animal"], "title"=>"StudyTypeKeywordEnum"}, "ValidationError"=>{"properties"=>{"loc"=>{"items"=>{"anyOf"=>[{"type"=>"string"}, {"type"=>"integer"}]}, "title"=>"Location", "type"=>"array"}, "msg"=>{"title"=>"Message", "type"=>"string"}, "type"=>{"title"=>"Error Type", "type"=>"string"}}, "required"=>["loc", "msg", "type"], "title"=>"ValidationError", "type"=>"object"}}, "securitySchemes"=>{"HTTPBearer"=>{"scheme"=>"bearer", "type"=>"http"}}}}
auth {"type":"service_http","instructions":"","authorization_type":"bearer","verification_tokens":{},"custom_auth_header":""}
privacy_policy_url https://consensus.app/home/privacy-policy/
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FAQs

Consensus is a custom ChatGPT and been described as "Your AI Research Assistant. Search 200M academic papers from Consensus, get science-based answers, and draft content with accurate citations.".

Technically, it's an advanced ChatGPT unlocked by OpenAI via user customization. You can refer to it as the Consensus AI Agent powered by GPT-4.

Currently, this GPTs is not free and is available exclusively to ChatGPT Plus users.

Yes, besides requiring a ChatGPT Plus membership, if you use the GPT-4 model (with DALL·E, browsing, and data analysis), the limit is 25 'GPTs' messages / 3 hours, More limited than normal 40 GPT4 responses per 3 hours, 

The enterprise version of ChatGPT is,  100 GPT-4 messages per 3 hours.

Consensus is publicly available in the upcoming OpenAI's GPT Store, making it widely accessible to anyone interested in using this advanced ChatGPT.

Consensus is created by consensus.app, and we have discovered only this one GPTs created by consensus.app.

no, we found no file uploaded. You can check the function section to see if there are other unique features. If not, this GPTs is just a simple prompt engineering, and its knowledge base is synchronized with the general ChatGPT, latest training up to April 2023.

No, only consensus.app can edit this GPTs. They can configure and update GPTs through GPT Builder at https://chat.openai.com/gpts/editor/g-bo0FiWLY7. The last modification date of Consensus was 2024-03-21 20:39:02 UTC.

Yes, conversations with Consensus will be recorded. OpenAI keeps these records, and you can share your conversations via a link. Refer to OpenAI's user privacy and data security policies for more information.

Yes, if consensus.app selected "Use conversation data in your GPT to improve our models" (in the GPTs Configure pages of Additional Settings), it means your conversations will be used for training and will influence this GPT AI agent.

Consensus reviews

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(Consensus is rated 5/5 based on 2 reviews)
sead feng sead feng
Chris Prosser, peter have reviewed Consensus.
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Chris Prosser
Chris Prosser
Tech Geek
my experience with Consensus has been nothing short of transformative. Before discovering this tool, the process of searching and analyzing scientific papers was a daunting task, often mired in complexity and time-consuming searches. However, with Consensus, I can seamlessly search for relevant scientific papers through the chat.consensus.app API and get concise, insightful analyses of their abstracts. One of the most impressive aspects of Consensus is its ability to simplify and summarize complex research findings. It has an uncanny knack for distilling intricate scientific concepts into easy-to-understand information and conclusions. This feature has not only saved me countless hours but has also enhanced my understanding of various scientific domains. Furthermore, Consensus excels in crafting scientific content. Whether it's writing research summaries, blog posts, or detailed scientific reports, it adeptly incorporates and cites pertinent research, making the content both authoritative and informative. Answering scientific questions is another area where Consensus shines. Its broad knowledge base across various scientific topics means I can rely on it for accurate and comprehensive answers, aiding my research and learning processes. The data interpretation capability of Consensus is a game-changer. It analyzes scientific data and research results with precision, providing valuable insights that would otherwise require extensive manual effort. Most importantly, Consensus offers research-based advice and insights. It guides decision-making processes with evidence-backed suggestions, which is invaluable in the scientific community where data-driven decisions are paramount. In retrospect, if Consensus had been available during my graduate studies, it would have significantly eased the burden of literature review and research analysis. It truly is a revolutionary tool that has redefined the landscape of scientific research assistance.
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